President Barack Obama waves upon arrival to Cartagena, Colombia, April 13, 2012. Obama is in Cartagena to attend the sixth Summit of the Americas. (Credit: AP)
If you plan on doing any driving around Denver today, State Patrol says be prepared for possible delays. That's because the president is visiting the University of Colorado in Boulder.
State troopers tell 11 News they will not find out if they will help escort the President until right before he arrives because his exact whereabouts are top secret.
Here is what we do know.
President Obama will arrive in Air Force One at Buckley Air Force Base at around 5pm Tuesday night. He is then expected to give his speech at the University of Colorado in Boulder shortly after 6pm.
The route he is likely to take includes 225 North, 70 West, 270 West, and 36 West into Boulder.
State Patrol says if you plan to be West Bound on any of these freeways between 5pm and 6pm to be ready for possible delays.
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